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if china slows down? i had a fascinating conversation with one of china's top economists. right back. so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> china's rapid rise over the last three decades is unprecedented in history. the growing demand of its 1.3 billion people has fueled growth in many parts of the world. what happens if china's economy hits a wall? won't that stop us all in our tracks? i had a fascinating conversation recently with a top chinese economist. david li is a professor at tsinghua university. we met in davos, switzerland. if you want to understand how the chinese are thinking, listen in. thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> one of the big questions the people have had in the world, not just the western world, but everywhere. is china going to have a hard landing? meaning is the economy going to have a more dramatic slow down than anyone would expect which would have r
china. >> coming up, what you should look for to select the perfect piece. >> and antique collector or not, you walk around this show and i am sure there is something you will find you want. i'm sharon gibala live at the maryland antique >> a live look over 395. it's 41 degrees at 8:41. welcome back to eyewitness news. a chance to travel back in time. this weekend there's a show in town the flooding you do just that and help out with a good cause. >> wjz life. we doing sharon gibala with a look at a wide range of collectibles in a variety of styles and prices. good morning. >> good morning, guys. this is one of those shows you walk around in every booth is completely different. you walk around and you are guaranteed to find something that you won't have already found. quite a list of things i wouldn't mind having. we have one of the dealers with us. good morning. >> good morning. how are you? >> good. you were saying a lot of people think people think this is just the ground show. >> we also have some other items here that you m
organizations china coverage. we're back with matt and brett joins the panel. how extensive is this china hacking of the united states companies? >> last year we had a visit of a u.s. lawmaker and there are two kinds of companies. there are companies that have been hacked by the chinese and those that don't know they have been hacked. so it's absolutely ubiquitous and google being hacked. "wall street journal" broke the story about british aerospace. >> paul: is this a nuisance or genuinely a threat to national security or the u.s. economy? >> it's a real threat to the economy because it allows the chinese to steal terrabytes of intellectual property and all of a sudden the china puts out fighters that look like our fighters or bullet trains that look like german or japanese trains. so it allows them not to put the huge investment in research and development. >> paul: why do they do this? there is a tell secrets to actually innovation and do it yourself? why else do they do it? >> to me, what is new here is the media companies. the chinese has been so focused on commercial espionage and c
been acting lame. china may indeed be slowing, i don't like to see the oil index plummet. the speculation. i don't like washington back on the front page. they come along at the right moment to put the cabarb on any rally. jellystone national park, yogi. i am concerned about the payroll tax holiday going away. i am worried about higher taxes, autosales could be slowing. did anyone think -- did anyone think we would maintain the streak longer than the ah mazing hittering streak of joe dimaggio. no-hitters endlessly. the late, great marty sly said, we got the chance to watch him, don't fight the tape and don't fight the fed. if the economy is going to slow down because of the fed, don't filt that as a gardener, even if i am a savage fighting machine gardener, i like the concept of rain. i like to believe you can have a garden variety squall. i just think they we were due, over due. maybe for a bit of rain or a thunderstorm. for those of you who don't pay for espn. i saw green bay lose a bunch of games, i have written off the yankees, why can't the market have a losing sessi
't allowed in china for a long time. where samsung, that's where it started. >> we have the blackberries, cool and technology, those are my two areas. i'm an expert in both of those. >> in fashion. i think by nature, what's interesting, it's almost ironic that this device and technology overall. which is the great individual empowerment we've all subscribed and kind of -- we have one brand that's dominated this, that -- >> android has a bigger piece of the market. >> i'm talking about overall technology. >> it's going to run its course. we always do this, it's going to run its course, and then one day we're going to have apple products as a retro move. >> no one can compete with apple, it's all integrated. >> google -- >> i have a -- does everybody have a problem when you're out to dinner and everybody's going like this? >> no, it's fine. >> i want to thank my all-star panel. i want to thank piers for letting me back in the studio again. anderson cooper starts right now. in him north korea as deliver on its latest threat. magnitude 5 magnetic disturbance was recorded just a few hours ago
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, there was no reaction from china to this third nuclear blast in north korea. any word now? >> reporter: still no official confirmation here in china that date knowledge this is a nuclear test. although we understand the north koreans say this indeed was a nuclear test, the kind of confirmation we were waiting for. as far as the chinese media are concerned, they have been treating it as an earthquake. the chinese geological survey, the earthquake network center confirmed a quake took place in that part of north korea where they are conducting nuclear tests in the past. also reports on the news agency, the official news agency as well as on chinese television reporting local residents saying they felt it earth tremors for something around a minute or so without any injuries or damage. they are very much reporting this as some kind of the earthquake at this stage for nonofficial confirmation or reaction this was a nuclear test. make no mistake, the chinese authorities will be watching this closely. they have made it very clear over the last few weeks that they are opposed to north korea carrying
been acting lame. china may indeed be slowing, i don't like to see the oil index plummet. >> still higher tax occur. i think auto sales could be slowing. the dollar is the strongest it's been in seven months. those are all bad, all right? but let's step back for a second. did anyone really think the rally could keep going up week after week after week after week? did anyone think we could maintain this streak anymore than the amazing hitting streak of joe dimaggio? did we really expect this market to throw nothing but no-hitters? oil down the hardest in two months? is that like cal ripken in the end? look, the market has had an amazing run. that would be bad because the late, great marty sly said famously, among so many other terrific admonitions, i hope you did get the chance to watch him when he was on "wall street week." to me, as a gardener, not kidding, a gardener, everyon if am, indeed, a savage, mean, fighting gardener. i like the concept of rain every now and then. i like to believe we could have a garden variety squall and i think this is the beginning of one today. in oth
feel others aren't, a resurgence in china. you're well positioned. an incredible comeback in latin america, particularly mexico. europe's stabilizing. i say it's good. in that environment, you have -- you have correctly placed your hotels. >> well, it's really interesting. for us, our business is so dependent on economic activity, business confidence and consumer confidence. you're exactly right. january in china our rev par numbers were up 6%. that's after a slow down. the government transitions almost behind us, chinese new year will be behind us. we see china picking up. latin america was the strongest growth region for two years in a row, slowed down last year because of argentina. we haven't talked about africa which is another place where global capital flows are coming in in ways we have never seen before. >> let's talk about china for a moment. we see china as having a big year in 2013. a lot of people had penalized your stock, taken it down to the -- well at that point into the 50s because they felt you were overexpanding in china. you're probably as a percentage of what p
security clearances. his companion is tai shen kuo, a spy for the people's republic of china. bergersen knew a secret that the chinese desperately wanted to know, and neither man knows that what they're about to do is being recorded by two cameras the fbi has concealed in their car. >> let you have the money. >> oh, oh. are you sure that that's okay? >> yeah, it's fine. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm bob simon. in this edition, we turn our attention to some foreign intrigue. first, a story about a mysterious computer virus that struck an iranian nuclear plant. later, the report of how american agents hunted a notorious arms dealer. and finally, an account of a chinese-american spy trying to steal u.s. military secrets for china. we begin with the story of stuxnet, a computer virus considered to be the world's first destructive cyberweapon. it was launched several years ago against an iranian nuclear facility, almost certainly with some u.s. involvement. but as steve kroft reported in march of 2012, the implications and possible consequences of this new kind of warfare are now bei
by relatives of china's prime minister. this is chinese military intimidation, just like the piracy and counterfeiting of american property that goes on in china all the time. i'm now joined by gordon chang, he's the author of the coming collapse of china, and anne lee is the author of what the u.s. can learn from china. professor at nyu and was also a visiting professor at beijing university. why would the chinese military or otherwise pick on "the new york times"? "the new york times" is only slight tloi tly to the right of. i think china is probably more capitalist that "the new york times" editorial page. so why did they go after the "times"? >> well, when they published the article, it really inflamed a lot of folks. and even though we allege it's the chinese military, we don't really know for sure because there are lots of chinese hackers in china. so it could very well be just rogue nationalist folks who decided to take matters into their own hands. you have to remember he is a very popular leader in china. so with the nationalist sentiment that's been growing in china, it's
there will be u.n. sanctions, tougher u.n. sanctions which perhaps china will back after they did in december. militarily, it is business as usual. everyone is on high alert. but it would be highly unlikely if there was to be any action taken. >> anna, stand by, i want to get some reaction there, if there is any, from the president-elect parties, made a lot of strong statements in the leadup. i want you to stand by, we have elise on the line from the state department. is there any reaction, 11:00 p.m. here in the united states on the east coast. anything coming out of the state department yet? >> i'm speaking to sources, senior administration officials tell me the u.s. is working to confirm, i'm not sure this am coulds as a surprise, john. i was speaking to one senior official this morning, and they said a test could come at any moment i think the u.s. has been bracing for this, planning for this as we've been discussing, there's been a lot of -- kind of fooling around by north korea in terms of when the date would be just as there was when they had the rocket launch and they extended a date
carlson. breaking news overnight, and new report says china military has stolen important data from hundred target. they beefed up the military and hacking capabilities. should we be cutting ours? >> steve: more good nice, gas prices got hiked up for the 33rd day in a row. prices continue to soar, washington continues to stay silent. when can we expect in relief i ask. eric bombing. >> eric: if s your gun stored in a safe place? the new law that let's cops search legal gun owners who haven't broken any laws. fox and friends starts right now. >> gretchen: brian is extending his holiday weekend for another day. we have eric bombing sitting here. >> steve: can you believe it. a former oil trader on the couch and first, let's start with fox news alert. >> gretchen: major cyber security, a series of hacking attacks against the united states. heather joins us live with more. >> reporter: good morning to you. these are the startling findings in a new report that has just been released. the 74-page report says 141 major hacking attempts have been traced back to a secret group that is linked
years ago it looked pretty shakey. china camp state park in close when the state park system was battered by state budgetcuts. we have been in triage mode in the last few years in ha in addition to the historical china camp village, the park has some of the best single track mountain bike trails in the bay area, trails the mountain bike team train on. to come and hang out at the park. but concerned citizens of marin raised nearly a million dollars to save china camp from closure, money that was matched by another million dollars from state parks. saturday those fund raising groups signed a partnership with the state park system to formalize that agreement. that matching money, which was part of the undisclosed funds embarassingly discovered nearly two years ago in the state parks budget, will bring enough funding for three marin county parks to stay open for two and a half years. china camp, olompali, and samuel p. taylor. three ago. as welcome as those funds may be, state matching funds will not be available in the future and state park officials realize that partnerships wi
of 115 tons to china sxhooin japan. >> it's virlt we'll impossible. >> in the documentary a journalist demonstrates how easy it is to buy illegal ivory while another, brian christy, looks at the rapid middle class growth in china which is fuelling the demand for illegal ivory. >> ivory has been prized in china for over 2,000 years as a status symbol. perfect for depicting religious figures, a material like no other. our research revealed that 83% of china's huge middle class intends to buy ivory products in the future. >> joining us now investigative reporter and contributing writer for national geographic magazine brian christy and actress and activist kristin davis. it is great to have you both here. >> thank you for having us. >> kristen, i mean, staggering, staggering, and shocking. scloo heart breaking. >> and i guess i wonder, a, you know, how did you come to this issue? it feels like, you know, someone of your stature and acclaim, it's very important to have spokes people on this issue and especially where consumers are so involved, so tell us a little bit about your history zoo
from china have in common with one of the biggest video game makers? answer? they both started their own wineries in napa. yao ming was introduced to red wines at the steakhouses he frequented while playing for the houston rockets. >> we do have a lot of beef over there. and obviously a steak and red wine is very good combo. it's very good for peoples enjoying, enjoy the life with those two. >> kenzo tsujimuto is the head of video game company capcom. he's a long-time wine lover and he's been to california on business for some 30 years. >> napa wine, i came to realize that napa produces the best wine in the world and therefore that really made me think of start ing a winery. >> a small winery rests on a former horse ranch. kenzo estates overlooks the napa valley. tsujimoto bought the sprawling 3800-acre sprawling property 13 years ago. he spared no invest investing $100 million to build the state of the art winery. he replanted vineyards with the finest grapes on 90 acres and he hired the best people in the business to make his wines. last year kenzo estates bottled 11,000 case
and the fbi traced the intrusions to hackers in china who it says were employing techniques associated in the past with hackers from the chinese military. another newspaper, "the wall street journal" says it, too, was hit by chinese hackers who wanted to monitor the china reporting. no attempt, the journal says, to steal customer data. in beijing, a spokesman for china's foreign ministry called any suggestion that the chinese were involved "irresponsible" but the times says the attack coincided with a series of stories it posted on the website which reported that relatives of china's prime minister had he massed a fortune worth several billion dollars through business deals. >> we first noticed the unusual activity on our network shortly after we published our article about the outgoing chinese ruling family. >> reporter: security experts and the fbi say china has been targeting news organizations and overseas for the past few years. one goal is to identify the sources of news leaks within the chinese government. it's also part of a broader pattern of hacking and related attacks on ban
considering fines and other trade penalties against china and any other nation guilty of cyber attacks. jim angle is live there. where are we on all of this, jim? >> reporter: we know the u.s. does intend to respond after learning that hundreds of cyber attacks on the u.s. government and some 140 u.s. companies are coming from a chinese military unit apparently dedicated to such activities. now the question is, what do we do about it? we can't do much of course to punish the chinese military but officials are saying privately they will take some sort of action such as fines or trade penalties which the white house hinted at yesterday. >> initiatives to announce today. this is an issue that had the attention of the president and senior levels of the national security team. it's something that we are working on constantly, and we will of course take necessary measures to enhance our cyber security. >> reporter: but aside from enhancing our own cyber security, what can the u.s. do? though we can't punish the chinese army unit we can punish chinese companies many of which are partly honed by th
people. this pipeline is so we can start selling to china and other places, which they say would create jobs and it's about bringing in money pew most of the money isn't trickling down to anybody. >> dana: are you persuaded? >> greg: i am. you know they say dolphins are smart as humans and i roll my eyes. but then i hear rosario and i think maybe they're right. if you could gain anything from the hollywood stupid, gain mars and venus. radio spills. she makes darryl hanna sound shakespearean. they think the cars could be powered by unicorn pee and pegsaurus' burps. >> bob: we do have the technology deliver natural gas to cars and buses. a lot of buses use the natural gas to get around. we have natural gas. no reason we tonight put infrastructure in. >> eric: now you're good with fracking? >> bob: i have no problem with fracking. i have no problem -- i didn't say the pipeline was a bad idea. we need to get back to nuclear power. >> dana: you also thought up with of the first acts of the second term would be that he would approve the pipeline. >> bob: i think he will. >> dana: if he listen
actions against china for what is portrayed as unrelenting campaign of cyber theft and espionage. but chief national correspondent jim angle reports washington is being careful about what it is saying. >> with the revelations this week of chinese cyber espionage against u.s. government and company, administration officials emerm to talk about broad program to crack down on cyber spying an announce nod action against the recent chinese intrusion, even as they talk about how danieling such spying could be. >> a trade secret could be worth billions of dollars. they could require companies to lay off employees, close factories and profits to experience decline in the position andnage or go out of business. >> he emphasized no company is safe. >> there are only two categories of companies affected by the trades secret theft. those that know they have been compromised and those that don't know it yet. >> it fell for the state department to talk about the chinese government, though not the most recent revelation. >> protection of the intellectual property and the trade secret remains a
korea is pretty much sanctioned out at this point. unless china decides to cut off oil supplies and other goods to north korea, it appear there's no stopping the north korean regime at this point. >> what's china's response? immediate neighbors to the west. a blast -- if i were china, i'd be a hell of a lot more concerned about them setting off nuclear devices than in the united states. look at the map, they're literally in the shadow of china? any response from china or belief inside the pentagon or this administration china will eventually step up and start exerting more pressure on the north koreans to become a more responsible state? >> one of the biggest fears in that region is it will spark some kind of regional nuclear arms race. both south korea and japan in the past have threatened to start developing their own nuclear weapons. no signs they're doing that yet. we go back to china. the only thing that might make this a little bit different is china leaned heavily on north korea not to conduct this test. for north korea to do this is like in your face beijing. there may b
time zeroed in not just on china, but a particular building in shanghai, which is believed to house a unit, a top elite unit of the chinese army. >> i think the difference in the long report that we published in "the times" yesterday, which was based on what they did, then we went off on other security firms to see if we could confirm their findings, and we did. was that for the first time these attacks that the chinese have largely denied are coming out of the government have been taken right down to a neighborhood that's dominated by the headquarters of this unit 61398. it's the cyber unit, a major cyber unit, of the people's liberation army. and the element of surprise here is how much is coming either out of that building or you've got to believe out of the noodle shops surrounding that building, given the volume, it's hard to believe -- >> we're talking about thousands of cyber attacks against at least 141 companies, 27 industries, at least according to this one report that officials have confirmed for both you and me. >> that's right. and this was just following one major chin
about hack attacks from china, renewed debate over drones and the still running controversy over torture which bobbled up again with "zero dark thirty's" five oscar nominations. i want to get to the bottom of some of these issues of national security from people who come at it from different angles. >> michael hayden was the director of the cia and nsa and a global security advisory firm. reuel marc gerecht is now senior fellow at the foundation for the defense of democracies. richard haass former top national security official under both presidents bush. he is now president of the council on foreign relations and the author of a forthcoming book "foreign policy begins at home." and jane harman retired from congress in 2011 after nine terms. she has been a leading legislature on national security issues throughout her career and she now runs the woodrow wilson center in washington. with that stack of resumes, i hope to god we have an interesting conversation. >> go to a break now. >> let's talk about drones, richard, you took a fairly strong stance for a republican national security offi
sweat sweating the jpm program. but captain jamie dimon got that moby sucker. how about china? how about china? another reason we got crushed last week was china. aren't we petrified that china is stalled? break out the handbook here, and china stalled, that means commodities stalled, which means the strength is chimerical. i told you we want to listen to michael sutherland, the biggest pure play in mining equipment. he said china is coming on strong, a demand for commodities around the globe. another issue neutered by today's evidence. but isn't the consumer -- i got the whole litany, isn't the consumer tapped out by higher gasoline prices? by the end of the payroll tax holiday, by increased taxes for the rich. by the bad weather lately. i don't know, but our newly created gatsby index was on fire today. so were dollar stores. dollar tree, and great gatsby nick caraway. and how about the all-time high, home depot. three-point jump macy's moving up another buck and walmart continuing to run, despite endless attempts by bears portraying the company having a dim view of the future. somethi
, tracking hackers from china in what many in both our government and our private secotor are calling all-out war. after attacks on facebook, google, twitter, "the new york times," coca-cola, and even apple, america, it seems, is in the midst of a cyber war against china. >> this it does seem that these attacks and intrusions are more brazen. >> reporter: mike is a former cyber policy adviser at the defense department. he says our government is threatened along with our personal information and says while the hackers are smart, the bay area tech industry is smarter. >> i think ideally i would like to see the government hooking up with more silicon valley companies. >> reporter: and that's happening inside the security companies like barracuda networks. here they're aware of the threat from china. they say when it comes to protecting your personal data it's a threat they see every hour. >> it happens all the time. it happens from everywhere. china just has the means to cover it up. >> reporter: so the attacks can be more brazen and out in the open which means we know what chinese hackers a
. if the president can lead and pull a nixon in china on entitlement reform. maybe that can start to change the long-term tied. the deficit is improving. the long-term debt is the real problem. >> great to see you guys, thanks so much, have a great weekend. >>> of all the things our government spends money on. what do you think is the most expensive? the answer wasn't the same case 50 years ago, i'll tell you, when we come back. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. we all work remotely so this is a big deal, our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. [ applause ] thank you. and on a protocol note, i'd
heart targeted by hackers. those companies pointing the finger at china for a new string of cybercrimes. fox business network's peter barnes joins us for this. peter, everything is okay in your twitter account and in peter barnes's world? >> reporter: i don't even know what my handle is. jenna: that is good place to start. that way nothing can be stolen. we hear about different hacking taking place at different times. how concerned is wash ton really about this latest spring of reports?. >> reporter: very concerned. the administration appears to be getting ready to get tougher on china over all this computer hacking. a new government intelligence report in fact to be released shortly is expected to call the rise in chinese cyber attacks a threat to the u.s. and its economy. the moves come after "the washington post", "the new york times" and "the wall street journal" announced recent attacks on their computer systems suspected of original senating from china. social media site twitter as you say said friday dreamly sophisticated hackers from an unidentified source may have stolen the us
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, at times the products from other countries notably china cause a glut in the system. prices get slashed, future earnings per share get crushed. i listen closely on these commodity calls to get a sense of whether inventory is building anywhere in the system. because if it is, i can tell that the gross margins are coming down and i've got to get you out of those stocks quicker than i do aluminum, steel, copper, i've got to work faster. don't you believe for one moment it's just the commodity producers that are affected by these gross margins. i listen to every single major pharmaceutical call for you. i hear about generic competition and what that may mean for future earnings. drugs coming off patent, it'll plummet in price is one that scares me. and i tell you to get out because i think it's going to trade at a low multiple to future earnings even if it traded as a high one in the past.ç until the stock discounts that, i've got to keep you out of it. very few drug companies are immune from this gross margin compression. i steer clear of them as best as i can until everybody knows about
foreign policy challenges. china during the last couple of days we've seen this report last week. very well regarded confirmed report that has actually traced china's seeber attacks back to a military unit in shanghai, and that is only one part of it according to although experts we've talked to in and outside of government. what should the u.s. do in reaction? >> well, i'm very concerned. i read the report. i've also read our reports classified out of intelligence, and i think the mendient report which is now unclassified, is public, is essentially correct. i think china has to face up to it. i think our government needs to sit down with china forth with, present the evidence to china, ask china for its investigation, and press, press, press. this is going to no good end unless there is some agreement between our two nations and the world committee -- community for an agreement which is enforceable. one of these days there is going to be a huge cyber attack somewhere, and we must prevent that from happening. >> we're not without crisis. how about afghanistan? in the last 24 hours we'v
to accelerate last week, including newfound weakness in china, the sell everything now call seemed prophetic. especially some who articulated said they were bullish and the sell call felt right. right into the teeth of the ugliness the market continued to soar and it continued into the beautiful opening where the dow was 80 points higher. some 200 points, keep that number in mind above where the sales calls were made last week. it was a much better chance to sell. even though it came and went, it gave you a broad, loud, large opportunity to get higher prices on the go out if you wanted to take some profits and cash out for the moment. that's something i said i can't blame anyone for doing last week. if they're as nervous as some of you said you were in your calls to the show. we got a bunch of them. sure, we gave back everything, but that's not what matters. what matters is that if you truly thought that the market was too high to begin with or you were worried about italy or sequestration or gasoline prices or weakened china, you could have sold stocks at a much better moment had you waited
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